Should employers offer TOIL if they don't have contracted overtime payments?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 5 April 2019
Should an employer be offering time in lieu if they do not have contracted overtime payments within the contract? Or does it not matter if you stay within the 48-hour maximum working week, unless somebody is contracted out of that?
Seamus: I think this is based on one of the questions that we had last month. This question kind of suggests that there's a link between overtime and the 48-hour max. They're two separate things there. I think the employer will probably need to start by looking at . . . I know they said they don't have contracted overtime payment, but check your contracts to make sure. If someone hasn't been there for years, and the contract potentially says something
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